Hundreds of online and on-campus courses begin January 30. Plus, take part in artist residencies in the fine arts, critical studies, social practice, and more.
Curatorial Roundtables take place online once a week through April. Don’t miss a special lecture by artist and theorist Hito Steyerl on January 18.
Learn more about the New York-based, globally linked program and its upcoming discussions on art and society in the time of AI and data governance.
Students in this New York-based, globally linked MA program enjoy many opportunities, such as the ability to produce three funded exhibitions.
The New York-based, globally linked, and practice-focused curatorial program for professionals at the School of Visual Arts offers the opportunity to create three funded exhibitions.
Study fine arts, interior design, illustration and comics, visual narrative, and more at SVACE, either virtually or in person in NYC. Courses begin September 19.
Outro: World-Building Within and Outside the Studio at the SVA Chelsea Gallery features new work by 26 recent graduates, on view through August 15.
Study fine arts, design, illustration and cartooning, visual narrative, writing, and more at SVACE, either virtually or in person in NYC. Courses begin June 6.
April 1 is the priority application deadline for residencies and intensives in studio art, technology, performance, social practice, design, and more.
SVACE offers over 230 online and on-campus courses in subjects like fine arts, design, animation, art & activism, writing, visual narrative, and more.
The New York-based, globally-linked program for professional curatorial training at the School of Visual Arts offers students opportunities both local and global.
At the New York-based, globally-linked program, curators and experts teach from their own professional experience, focusing primarily on contemporary art.